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By William Martin Trinder / Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy / 1816
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Compiled in the final years of his life, these 33 sermons contain William Martin Trinder’s preaching series on the parables of Jesus. With ample cross-references and Bible references, Trinder guides readers to see how the whole Bible is represented in Jesus’ parables.
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William Martin Trinder (1747–1818) entered university at the young age of 16. He graduated from the University of Leyden, where he earned his MD, and then from Exeter College, Oxford, where he received his bachelor of civil law in 1770 and, later, his bachelor of laws. He wrote essays and books on medicinal waters and compilations of his sermons. He published Sermons on the Parables of our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in 1816 while living in Hertfordshire.